How to Fix an Electric Scooter: Common Failures and Fixes | Liveshow #87

Tonight we have a special show, where we discuss electric scooter common failures and how to fix them! We have special guest, Peter Sommer, E-Scooter Mechanic at NYC Electric scooters to discuss his experiences fixing scooters!

NYC Electric Scooters (Peter Sommer)
32 Euclid Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11208

Pre-Show: 00:00
Intro: 00:38
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Common Failures + Fixes: 40:38
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Motorcycle Manufacturers

In this article we will showcase just a few of the different manufacturers. With this article you will have a better understanding of what you can expect from each company when you but your bike.

Types of Motorcycle Seats

While all motorcycles come with a seat as standard equipment, it is not uncommon for a rider to change his seat almost immediately. I am sure you are thinking to yourself that might seem odd, but actually it is not. There are several types of seats, and depending on your application, you may choose to change your seat from its original stock version.

Tools You Should Carry on Your Motorcycle

A large part of your enjoyment of motorcycle riding depends upon preparation. And good preparation includes having the right tools handy to manage routine and emergency on-road repairs. Here’s info to help you choose the hand tools to carry on your motorcycle so you can easily handle basic maintenance and emergency fixes when traveling.

The Story of the Indian Motorcycle

The Harley-Davidson was not the first American motorcycle. The Indian motorcycle was the first. What happened to this iconic bike? Why didn’t it survive?

Rubbing Shoulders With Your Brothers At Motorcycle Rallies

Are you interested in getting together with other motorcycle riders, or even ones that ride the same bike as you? If so, you should look into the various Motorcycle rallies around the country, and we’ll give you some options to consider.

Ice Racing Offers Chills and Thrills

If you’re ready to put your motorcycle or quad away for the winter, think again! Ice Racing may be available in your area, and it’s a sport that’s growing quickly. At the ice race, you will see tailgating, families, and plenty of competition…

History of the Honda CB1000 (Big 1)

When first launched in 1992, the Honda CB1000 (Big 1) seemed to be the ultimate naked street bike; big, powerful, and reliable. Right from the start, it was known more for its great acceleration than top speed, reaching 60 mph in just over 3 seconds. This was a decision taken by Honda engineers, who de-tuned the powerful, four-stroke 998cc engine since it was felt speeds in excess of 130 mph on an unfaired bike could prove dangerous.

Suzuki Offers Seven Updated Motorcycles for 2012

If you’re looking for something new, Suzuki has just released seven updated motorcycles for their 2012 lineup. No matter whether you are looking for motocross, dual-sport, or off road, there is something here for everyone!

Preparing Your Motorcycle For Winter Storage

It is late November and by now you have probably cleaned your gutters, drained the gas out of your weed eater, put some stabilizer in the gas tank of the lawn mower, and checked the coolant in your car to make sure it is ready for the frigid temperatures to come. But have you prepared your motorcycle for winter storage?

History of the Suzuki GT50

Manufactured from 1978 to ’80, the Suzuki GT50 is one of the lesser known Suzuki bikes. Known as the RG50 in Japan, this simple two-stroke motorcycle was also sold in other parts of the world under the names X-1 and ZR50. Adding to the confusion, the GT50 specifications were also modified for export to certain countries.

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